Two weeks into the Johnny Depp libel hearing, a subset of supporters arrived atop a photo of the actor and his ex-wife Amber Hurd, with a giant mobile father reading the 4Justice ad, “Witch the Witch”.
These American celebrities are long divorced and had no children together, and concern the accuracy of a newspaper report in this matter Sun, In the eyes of Fathers4Justice, to express his disapproval of upcoming reforms to Britain’s divorce law. If Amber, as they believe, is meant by Johnny, then divorce should not be easy. or something else.
Although Depp-Divorce Connection presumably almost everyone walks out of the community wearing a Batman suit, their confusion is understandable. If the men saw a perfect female-harassment occasion, it was probably because Depp’s libel case was already developed, courtesy of the High Court, as a small festival. Although his lawyers would certainly like to take full credit for the manner in which the actor’s concern for his good name has demolished the reputation of his ex-wife, they relied on Judge Mr. Justice Nicole, who was It was agreed that in a case related to Depp’s alleged violence (which he denies) it was appropriate to pay attention to Hurd’s conduct.
Did Depp tell the truth about Depp? Wait: First, the court needs to know who defecated in the matrimonial bed, about Herd’s friends and lovers, how much he drank, if he didn’t have affection, what did he do – he or his sister? – Was thrown into Coachella and was he, as suggested, himself a violent man. While the decision is yet to be given, Depp’s defense team has made it very clear to those thinking of reporting domestic violence that they have previously been very concerned about any of their own, unrelated, changes and abuses. One can be a poor choice, wanting to be considered carefully. For an expert lawyer, pre-submit your victim’s idea.
Apparently, the vivid detail demanded by Depp’s team is the same that provides a drama-oriented country with the compelling theater of the last two weeks. As the end of Michela Koel’s TV drama I may hear you With the lack of an imminent pantomime, Depp opened the show, offering, amid its many distractions, the doom-couple scenes that looked like a mash-up Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, look back in Anger And Amy Herzog’s recent, and blood donors, Belleville. Certainly, given the origin of this legal action, an examination of the conduct of a character has been extended, possibly by some legally honorable process, into a two-sided one. Reports on the matter should not be made repeatedly, but Kenneth Tynan reviewed John Osbourne’s hypothesis look back in Anger: “He shows us two attractive young animals in a competitive martyrdom, each of whom is deeply buried in the other’s throat and each reluctant to break the clinic out of fear of death from bleeding.”
The contrast between historical lines and taunts – “Pumpkin’s Head”, “Tasya Wan Profession”, “Amber Turd” – and the refined manner of the former couple in the courtroom only allowed a play with its origins in a restrained order Has added and implications for victims of widespread domestic violence. “When someone aspires to be a great gentleman, a great Southern gentleman,” Depp said, looking at his behavior, Depp said, “It doesn’t exclude you from the family of men who have There are moments of despair. “
Many admirers of the Southern gentleman must find that it does not exclude him, either, from a family of men who blame women for their misfortunes. And even those who agree with her legal team’s insistence that regrettable character traits may impose a person beyond domestic abuse are cause for concern that, regardless of the verdict, this test is fleeting compared to More damaging to Depp’s reputation. Sun Article. Does this help her chances for her such as Adam Waldman, a supporter of Dion the Witch the Lime, who tweets “in Memoriam” with the names of witnesses who resent him? Herd was named as a supporter of Waldman, after Cherie Blair Tweeted , With an argument worthy of Fathers4Justice: “As Iraq can tell you, if Blake is involved there might not be a hoax at its center.”
Makes you wonder that Waldman, with this flamboyant attitude in a case about alleged domestic abuse, knows that it is widely recognized as a serious crime, all new violence figures testifying to horrific experiences in lockdown. Give. As Hurd was giving evidence, Refugio reported that calls and contacts were nearly 80% higher than normal in June.
It could certainly be that by advertising her side’s unpopularity with some leading women, focusing on the herd and thus, essentially, transforming the case of a libel in the #MeToo sequel, the vampirically talented Waldman Will actually help Depp recover his southern gentleman identity and overlay images of his client sleeping on a floor, or losing it in the kitchen, which this very action has helped to spread. If nothing else, he and Depp (in an unforgettable tray of tampon-accessorized stimulants) may eventually prove to be more effective as health educators than Nancy Reagan’s “Just Be No” anti-drug campaign. Rarely does the Fall feel such hard work or so unrewarding.
A Mural Spark is a short story, so you have to be Seas the Mess, in which a woman’s rebellion from disorder and filth indicates her pathological detachment. Depp’s test is the opposite: a trail of waste, shattering and blood-, rubbish- or food-stained rooms indicates a complete detachment from reality, mainly from his unfortunate staff. Herd’s sister says of a tragedy: “It was clear by noon, as if nothing had happened.” At this point in the case of Depp v News Group Newspapers, I am on the side of scavengers.
• Catherine Bennett is an Observer columnist